Monday, May 26, 2014

Books at the Sydney Morning Herald

<i></i> KAREN HARDY Author looks through the cracks of hard news to draw inspiration, writes Karen Hardy.

Take Three

The killing season is upon us

Take Three dinkus Jeff Popple Jeff Popple delves into the world of crime fiction with three reviews.

Tony Abbott chooses conservatives to judge the Prime Minister's literary awards

- SUSAN WYNDHAM Tony Abbott has remade the $600,000 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards in his own image.

Book review

Niall Williams' prose awash with uplifting spirit

<p> Reviewer: FRANK O'SHEA Here is a book to restore your faith in reading, to make you laugh loudly and often.

Book review

Lord Byron's passions in lively verse

<p> Reviewer: COLIN STEELE Andrew McConnell Stott traces the Byronic path of love, fame, ambition, and avarice in a lively narrative. 

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